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Posted By: I.Nagy
Posted Date: Oct 03, 2021 (04:27 AM)
It rather looks like a coffee mug, however traditionally Chinese people don't drink coffee.
Chinese tea cups are lidded. Brush pots are without handles.
I think this mug is not Chinese, only the bottom marking was transferred. Perhaps, others may have a different take.
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The marking itself existed in the late Qing dynasty and also used in the ROC period.
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